Event Information

Wed 24 July | 4.50pm precisely

At 12.50pm Eastern Standard Time on 24 July 1969, a metal cone drifted down on its candy-striped parachutes to make one small splash in the remote Pacific Ocean — and to send one giant ripple around a world which would never be the same again. 

At 4.50pm Co-ordinated Universal Time — exactly half a century after Apollo 11’s legendary liquid landing — MoonFest comes to a close with a specially commissioned film which takes you on a whistle-stop tour of the events, activities and people that have come together to make the last nine days such a unique and unforgettable experience.

Watch the splashdown film online at: little-earthquake.com/moonfest